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Archives for May 2008

Wittman Endorses Easier H-2B Visa Rules

26 May 2008 | National Politics, US Congress | 15 Comments

“I’m Surrounded By Idiots” has picked up on a press release by Congressman Rob Wittman (R-VA 1st) lauding the Department of Labor for proposing new rules to govern H-2B visas, which are supposed to used to provide temporary unskilled foreign labor for agribusiness, primarily.  I’m rather surprised that Congressman Whittman would weigh in positively on […]

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Happy Memorial Day

25 May 2008 | Patriotism | 18 Comments

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A Morning With The Day Laborers

24 May 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 114 Comments

I had the distinct pleasure today of spending a little time this morning at the day laborer site at the 7-11 on Coverstone Drive, documenting all those folks who seem so eager to violate state and federal laws that prohibit the employment of illegal aliens and unlicensed contractors.  It’s kind of fascinating to watch what […]

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Better Bullets Or Barack Ballots?

23 May 2008 | National Politics | 21 Comments

I’m sure this symposium which seeks to determine whether voting for Barack Obama is a better means of promoting “Black Power” than inciting an armed revolution to overthrow the Government of the United States, is going to provide some rather fascinating commentary.  Whenever you get folks like the “African People’s Socialist Party”, the “National Coalition […]

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Day Labor Sites Harm Local Businesses And Homeowners

23 May 2008 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens, Crime | 41 Comments

Derek Boudreau, the owner of Living Water Design & Build of Centreville is tired of competitors using cheap illegal alien labor to undercut his business, and is even more tired when the local mainstream media displays a consistent favoratism towards these people that are destroying his business.  In a recent article published in the Centre […]

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Tancredo Endorses Bob Marshall For Senate

23 May 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics, US Senate | 17 Comments

Congressman Tom Tancredo has endorsed Bob Marshall’s bid for the United States Senate, offering his conclusion that Jim Gilmore is a proponent of amnesty for illegal aliens based on statements made by Gilmore while he was running for the Republican nomination for President of the United States.
“Jim Gilmore says he’s against amnesty, but he has […]

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Watching The Rodent Spin His Wheel

23 May 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 7 Comments

The DC Examiner gives a brief report on the public hearing at the Virginia Commission on Immigration held yesterday in today’s edition, picking out a perhaps memorable quote from me, but not explaining why some like myself believe that the significance of this commission has been over-hyped and that the choice of venue at this […]

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23 May 2008 | Crime, Prince William County | 24 Comments

With more citizens like this, the crime rate in the area would plummet to the point of being negligible.  I’m so impressed that there are other citizens out there who simply won’t tolerate this kind of behavior in their presence and will take immediate action to put a quick end to a crime in the […]

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Amnesty Amendments Defeated!

22 May 2008 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 16 Comments

NumbersUSA is reporting that your phone calls and faxes have convinced the Senate to strip all of the amnesty amendments to the Iraq War Appropriations Bill.  Well done, America!

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Osbourn HS Lockdown

22 May 2008 | Manassas City | 3 Comments

Osbourn High School went into lockdown this afternoon, but no one seems to know why this happened.  Has anyone heard what the problem was?

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Flag Burnings In Manassas Park

22 May 2008 | Manassas Park, Crime | 56 Comments

It looks like the long-term effort to encourage illegal aliens to reside in Manassas Park under the guise of encouraging “diversity” is finally paying off, according to the Police Briefs article in today’s MJM:
Manassas Park police and the Fire Marshal’s Office are investigating three reports of American flags being burned in the Blooms section of […]

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Dems Feast On Their Own

21 May 2008 | Blogs | 12 Comments

Well, the nutroots finally figured out that Governor Kaine is untrustworthy.  It sure took them long enough.
Kaine made the fatal mistake of endorsing an unapproved candidate in the eyes of (what was formerly known as) Raising Kaine and NLS, and for that despicable act of violating the absolute rule that the Democrat leadership shalt not […]

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Virginia Commission on Immigration Meeting Tomorrow - UPDATED

21 May 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Virginia Politics | 24 Comments

The Virginia Commission on Immigration will hold five community meetings across the state, the first of which will be tomorrow, May 22 at the Johnson Center Cinema [map] at George Mason University in Fairfax County. The university is at 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, Virginia 22030. If you would like to speak to the […]

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Senate Amnesty May Be Debated Today

21 May 2008 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 9 Comments

During the Senate Appropriations Committee mark-up of the Iraq War Funding Bill this week, Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Larry Craig (R-ID) successfully attached a version of AgJOBS onto the bill. This special interest legislation is intended to protect sources of cheap labor by granting 5-year amnesty visas to 1.35 million illegal aliens plus their […]

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I Win!

21 May 2008 | National Politics, Blogs | 15 Comments

Riddle me this: what do you do with all those solicitations from the RNC asking for your hard-earned money?  That’s the question that Joe over at NOVATownHall asked in his contest posted last evening, which I won on my first try.  I win some free beverages and two hundred rounds of ammunition, which I will […]

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Illegal Alien Caught In Rape Of 10 Year Old Girl

21 May 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 32 Comments

Once again, an illegal alien who should have been kept out of our community if only the federal government and the Commonwealth of Virginia had done their jobs and enforced our laws, is identified as a criminal suspect in a horrible crime.  Because our government failed us, a ten year old girl will now bear […]

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If He Had To Choose, Frederick Picks RPV Chair

20 May 2008 | RPV | 12 Comments

In an email tonight, Delegate Jeff Frederick announced that he would not seek re-election for the 52nd House District if elected as Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia.  My understanding is that there were some concerns about Frederick holding both positions simultaneously, and this is a response to those concerns.
Here’s what Jeff sent out […]

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4th Circuit: Baby Murder Is OK

20 May 2008 | Virginia Politics, Crime | 69 Comments

WTOP is reporting that the 4th Circuit upheld a 2005 ruling that stuck down the Commonwealth’s law banning partial-birth abortions.  How anyone could think that aborting full-term unborn children is anything other than a barbaric outrage is utterly beyond comprehension.  This is murder by physician, pure and simple.
This is definitely going to be an inspiration […]

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A Democrat For President Worthy Of Your Vote

20 May 2008 | Humor & Satire | 2 Comments

Ah, if only… Maybe Jay Leno should run  Here’s some solid quotes from him on the immigration issue:

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Immigration On The PWBOCS Agenda Today

20 May 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 58 Comments

NBC4 is reporting that Prince William County Chairman Corey Stewart will propose an amendment to the county’s policy to uphold the rule of law at today’s 2:00 PM session of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors.  The reported change involves establishing a “reasonable suspicion” standard to determine when officers could check the immigration status […]

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